|The Challenging Sea: Kelp - Burrod, Bill|
Series: The Challenging SeaDescription: Documentary produced as part of the TV series, The Challenging Sea, produced by Bill Burrud. Documents work done by Caltech professor Wheeler J. North under Dept of Agriculture program to study California kelp beds.Source: 1 Reel of 1: Film: 16mm Collection: Finding Aid for the Wheeler J. North Papers 1959-1999Rights: Copyright status unknown. This work may be protected by the U.S...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Kelps--California; Marine biology; Marine ecology Marine biology; California Institute of Technology; Wheeler J. North; California; Burrod, Bill
|Universe from Palomar, The - National Educational Television and Radio Corporation|
Description: Covers both the history of the building of the telescope, especially the mirror, and the operation of the telescope from its dedication in 1948 until the date of the film. Includes footage of the casting of the mirror at Corning. Astronomers who appear in the film are Ira Bowen (who also narrates), Edwin Hubble, Milton Humason, Bruce Rule; also footage of Russell Porter and some of his drawings...
Keywords: californialightandsound; Reflecting Telescopes - Palomar, Mount (Calif.) - History; California; National Educational Television and Radio Corporation; California Institute of Technology; Carnegie Institution of Washington/Mt. Wilson and Palomar Observatories
|The Europa Jupiter System Mission|
Given the state of the United States federal gov't, it makes me wonder whether or not they will end up canceling this mission as well, just like they plan on canceling the deployment of the James Webb Space Telescope, the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope.
Keywords: Robert Poppalardo; CIT; JPL; California Institute of Technology; Jet Propulsion Laboratory; astrophysics; cosmology; astronomy; universe; NASA; ESA; Jupiter; Moon; Io; Europa; Ganymede; Callisto
|DESCANSO Deep Space Network 50th Anniversary Celebration Symposium - Doug Mudgway|
DSN 50th Anniversary Symposium Program The First 50 Years: A Historical Perspective Introduction to the DSN and its Operations The Madrid Deep Space Communications Complex The View from Down Under The Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex The DSN: The Most Important Science Tool of the last 50 Years? How DSN Technology Changed the World DSN's Future: Panel Interactive Discussions with the Audience http://descanso.jpl.nasa.gov/dsn50th/dsn50th.cfm
Keywords: NASA; JPL; network; dsn; directorate; interplanetary; space; mars; jet propulsion laboratory; california institute of technology; network directorate; deep space; interplanetary network; export controlled; technical data; space network; solar system
|Insight: Remembering Ray / News Network / "An American Mosque" / Hunger Action Week / Cosmologist Sean Carroll - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Remembering Ray - Ray Manzarek, the co-founder of The Doors, died Monday, May 20 at the age of 74. We'll remember the legendary musician by re-airing an interview he did in January 2012 with Beth on the 40th anniversary of the release of The Doors' "L.A. Woman." News Network - The brother of a murdered eight-year-old girl in Calaveras County has been arrested on suspicion of killing his sister, but there's still no motive and the boy's family is supporting him until they see evidence to the cont...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Ray Manzarek, dead at 74; News Network; Joel Metzger, Calaveras Enterprise; American Mosque, An; KVIE Viewfinder documentary An American Mosque; David Washburn, producer/director, An American Mosque; Yuba City Mosque; Sean Carroll, cosmologist; California Institute of Technology; big bang talk; Sacramento Hunger Coalition; hunger action week; Place at the Table, A; Eileen Thomas, executive director, River City Food Bank
|John A. Koulouris E BOOK_ 3 Article Publication_ Planetary Nomenclature - John A. Koulouris,(Esq.)|
A 3 Article E-Book consisting of the following: 1) IAU/WGPSN (International Astronomical Union/Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclatre) Official Planetary Surface Toponymy (Nomenclature) as adopted by the IAU for Saturns' Moon TETHYS. 2) IAU/WGPSN Official Nomenclature for the Newly Discovered Moons of Pluto. 3) The History and Discovery of "The Antikythera Mechanism", the First Analogue Computer Created in the Ancient World, and discovered off the Mainland Coast of Greece, it's applicati...
Keywords: John A. Koulouris; John Koulouris,(Esq.); Hellenic Heroes Take the Odyssey to New Worlds; TETHYS; I.A.U; International Astronomical Union; U.S.G.S; Solar System; Astrogeology; Geological Survey; Planetary; Gazetteer; Surface; Features; Toponymy; Nomenclature; Map; Atlas; Homer; Iliad; Odyssey; Odysseus; Penelope; Ithaca; Achilles; Telemachus; Mentor; Mythology; Legend; Hellenic; Greek; Crater; Cassini; Huygens; Mission; Saturn; Solar System; Chasma; PLUTO; CHARON; NYX; NIX; HYDRA; Underworld; Thanatos; Morpheus; Oneiroi; Phobetor; Erebos; Hypnos; Phantassos; Pasithea; Iris; Aither; Hemera; Masters of Dreams and Mind; IN NOMINE; Portal; Internet; Archive; Document; PDF; Format; NASA; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; E.S.A; European Space Agency; The Heavens of Poseidon; Antikythera Mechanism; Ancient; Greece; New Horizons; Press; Media; Publication; Article; Mythology; Culture; Classical; Literature; Technology; Hubble Space Telescope; H.S.T. Pluto Companion Team; Southwest Research Institute; Space Telescope Science Institute, STScI; Johns Hopkins University Applied Science Laboratory; APL; Lowell Observatory; JPL; Jet Propulsion Laboratory; CalTech; California Institute of Technology; IN NOMINE Portal; Mythopedia; CICLOPS; Cassini Imaging Central Laboratory for OPerationS; University of Macedonia; Thessaloniki; Greece; Shaw Inspection; Lab; X-Tek Systems; Hewlett Packard; University of Athens; National Archeological Museum; Athens; Cardiff University